Duotone Kite Bindung Entity Ergo 2024 - Black Edition

Duotone kite binding Entity Ergo 2024 - Black Edition

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The revolutionary Entity Ergo sets a new benchmark in support, ergonomics, safety and comfort.

The human foot has 28 bones. The bones of the foot can be divided into the following groups: tarsal bones, metatarsal bones and toe bones. 20 muscles and over 114 tendons and ligaments ensure the necessary flexibility and stability between the bones. A fine network of nerves and blood vessels supply the superficial and deeper muscles at the top and bottom of the foot.
In short: you need the new ergonomic NTT with four different sizes to find the NTT pad that 100% fits your feet.
With this year's ergonomic EVA pad in combination with the toe padding, you are guaranteed to always have the right grip and optimal pressure distribution for maximum comfort.
A tight strap connection keeps your feet in place and ensures the entire strap stays closed in all conditions.

The new ergonomic NTT relieves strained nerves and prevents fatigue and pain. This means your feet don't get tired so quickly and you can stay on the water longer. In combination with the adjustable heel pads, the ergonomic NTT footpads reduce pressure on the heels and even prevent the entire body from being exposed to shock. This will relieve pain in the feet, back and knees in the long term. As an additional nice little gimmick, you can store the pad's screws in little pockets at the bottom of the pad so you don't lose them when traveling.

Return deadline

Of course, you have the right to return goods. Please note, however, that for logistical reasons you only have 14 days to send the goods back to us. You can do this without giving a reason and it is sufficient if the posting date is within the deadline. But we are really very accommodating and of course we will extend the deadline for you - please just let us know quickly in advance. Please note, however, that we cannot extend the deadlines for "purchase on account" because this is an external payment provider.


In contrast to many online providers, we do not simply throw away the returns, but sell them again in our store. We can therefore only accept goods that are neither used nor damaged. The risk and proof of return shipping lies with the customer.


As soon as we have received the goods back in perfect condition, we will refund you the purchase price you have already paid. Depending on the payment method you choose, we will choose the same way to refund you the money.

Shipping costs for return shipping will not be refunded. Refunds will be processed within 14 days.

return address

You are welcome to return the order or items from it to the following address:

Surfari Surf Shop
Badenerstrasse 18
CH-8004 Zurich

Of course, you are welcome to come by directly and we will take the goods back personally.

Delivery costs

We have most of our range in stock and dispatch as quickly as possible. We always strive to deliver the goods to you as quickly as possible. If, contrary to expectations, the item is not available, we will inform you by email. Shipping is usually done via DPD.

Free Shipping

For orders over CHF 80.00 we deliver free of charge within Switzerland (with the exception of surfboards, see below)! For orders under CHF 80 we charge a flat rate of CHF 10 delivery costs.

Shipping costs for surfboards and bulky goods

Bulky goods (such as surfboards) are the only items excluded from free shipping. If the order contains surfboards or a package with a length of more than 1 meter, we charge a flat shipping fee of 40 CHF per package. The applicable shipping costs will be displayed to you before you order.

Delivery outside Switzerland

At the moment, deliveries to Switzerland are only possible via the online shop. However, for orders abroad, we will be happy to provide you with a shipping quote for the desired foreign address. Simply use the contact form or write us an email.

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Zurich, January 1, 2024. Subject to change.